While much attention has been paid to the finalisation of the EU’s AI Act in recent weeks, developments in AI continue at a frenetic rate. On 2nd February 2024 the House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee (HoL) published its report on large language models (LLMsContinue Reading Who’s been regulating my AI?: Goldilocks and the House of Lords Report on LLMs and Generative AI
On 13 July 2023, China’s Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) and six other regulators have jointly passed the Interim Measures for the Management of Generative Artificial Intelligence Services (GenAI Measures) which come into force on 15 August 2023. The new law, which is the first of…Continue Reading China: New Measures on Generative Artificial Intelligence
“How will this affect my job?”
“It could never do my job!”
We hate to disagree, but it is almost certainly the case that at least part of your current role could be performed by an AI.
The discussion of the possible impact of AI on the workforce is being…Continue Reading Working Assumption: Factors Slowing AI’s Impact on Jobs
Let’s make one thing clear. This article was not written with the aid of ChatGPT. Although perhaps that is exactly what a truly intelligent artificial intelligence (AI) would say. The risk of AI doing sneaky things like that (and far worse) has of course stimulated Elon Musk and several hundred…Continue Reading London Book Fair 2023: AI’ll Be Back
Following the launch of Open AI’s ChatGPT late last year, several Chinese companies and universities have sought to produce similar alternatives within China. Naturally, proliferation of such technology has attracted the attention of Chinese regulators, in particular the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), which has on 11 April 2023 released…Continue Reading China’s cyberspace regulator releases draft measures for managing generative AI services
The TV turns on, without prompt, and switches to the news. The company you are working for has decided to implement a new AI system, rendering your role and the roles of many of your colleagues redundant. You ask your virtual assistant to bring up your social media and attempt…Continue Reading Beyond Binary: Revisiting the Interplay of Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law
In recent weeks, generative AI platforms, such as Chat GPT-4, DALL.E 2, and Stable Diffusion, have made headlines for a number of reasons. Many have questioned the impact this technology will have on business, education, and the creative sectors, and the potential benefits it may bring. Others…Continue Reading Art(ificial intelligence) imitates life: IP infringement risks presented by Generative AI
Probably even the chatbot ChatGPT would be “surprised” to see how many new articles, essays, blogposts, personal posts and videos discuss issues around AI, and specifically, generative AI.
In this blogpost we’re not going to try to fully explore the various legal aspects of AI. We want to focus…Continue Reading ChatGPT and competition law: Initial thoughts and questions
Through partnering with a prominent hyperscaler, OpenAI, the research laboratory behind the popular ChatGPT, intends to increase access to its AI models. This approach applies the principle of AI democratisation which is being adopted by participants throughout the space. Adherents advocate for increasing the accessibility and affordability of advanced AI…Continue Reading Hyperscalers’ Democratisation of AI creates new opportunities for the next generation of Startups
We are slowly seeing the emerging trend of organisations considering the use of generative technologies across all areas of business. Collectively known as ‘generative AI’, these technologies (such as the popular Chat-GPT and Dall-E) are capable of taking a prompt from its user and creating entirely new content, such as…Continue Reading Imitating Creators: Prospective governance and mechanisms for identifying AI-generated content